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Hall Research Introduces Grant Program for Schools

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Hall Research is proud to announce the launch of the T-Squared Grant Program that will give educational institutions the opportunity to receive grants for classroom AV control equipment. "As part of our ongoing commitment of supporting education, we are very happy to offer the T-Squared grant to schools particularly during the current difficult economic period" said Ali Haghjoo, Chief Executive Officer. "Over the last 3 years, our company has been providing the 'Switch-Cat' AV Systems that facilitate classroom learning. By offering schools this well-received system, we are helping students experience enhanced learning at no financial burden to the school," Mr. Haghjoo continued. Schools will have the ability to apply for a grant by filling out and submitting a simple application. Hall Research's Grant Committee will review applications and announce grant recipients on a regular basis as long as the grant program stays in effect.

The grant program is available to any public or private primary, secondary, and higher education institution in the United States. Educational institutions may apply for a grant in two ways: First, by filling out an online application on HallResearch.com or secondly, by downloading an application from HallResearch.com and faxing it to the grant committee. The grant program’s terms and conditions are available to be reviewed on the Hall Research website.

Hall Research is a leader in the design and manufacturing of innovative Audio/Video distribution, switching, scaling and automation products. As the creator of the Mini-Cat, Hall Research has risen to prominence in the Audio/Video industry over the past decade. Our products are used by every major industry in thousands of installations worldwide. Hall Research's corporate headquarters and manufacturing facilities are located in the city of Tustin in Southern California.

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